STYLE: Pop RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 29447-13261 LABEL: Curb 8789782 FORMAT: CD Album ITEMS: 1 RELEASE DATE: 2007-10-10 RRP: £13.00
Reviewed by Susanne Martin
Dropping the rock-orientated Evanescence style of her last release, this sees Tiffany Lee (Plumb to her fans) return to a softer, ethereal sound. So, this is a beautiful soft pop/rock collection of sweet rhythmic songs that couldn't illustrate a mother's love for her babies any better. Singer/songwriter and mother of two, Plumb graces each track with her haunting voice that uncannily resembles that of mainstream singer Imogen Heap. Plumb was pregnant with her youngest son during the recording of the album and her children's influence certainly shows through as she pours out her hope and affection for the boys. "Children Of The Heavenly Father" stands out as a rhythmic lullaby for its dreamy violin solos and archaic-sounding lyrics. "In My Arms" is currently a Cross Rhythms radio favourite and on the album it shines for being a particularly powerful rock ballad. With this type of mellow music it's hard for there to much variety in the tracks and the only doubt about the album would be that they tend to roll into one. Yet it is beautiful nonetheless.
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